Because of license reason we can't include the tools.jar file from the jdk. In order to compile the project you will have to include the file into maven. Can add it to lib/tools/jars.
A good starting point is Maven's Getting started page. But I'm going to give you some commands in order to get a jumpstart:
There is an ANT script for those who want to use ANT instead. This ANT script will only do the basic stuff such as compiling and jar'ing.
The current version (beta 10) haven't had focus on performance and
memory efficiency. It will be better but if you have a lot of memory
I would recommend to run the
Frequently asked questions about unittesting jDiSeq